Airstream Office

Airstream Office


22′ 1964 Airstream Safari, converted to be an office for the Inn Town Campground, Nevada City, California, custom conversion by Dan Thiem, photos by Kat Alves Photography.  To see the before photos, click here20_airstream_katalvesphoto-copy16_airstream_katalvesphoto

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© 2014 Inn Town Campground, All photos by Kat Alves Photography

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  1. Kate Welling
    Kate Welling says:

    Wow, I love this renovation! I can’t believe that it was converted to be an office for a campground, as you mentioned. It looks so great! I love the wood flooring. I would love to get my airstream renovated. It would be a nice little touch to bring with us when we have outings. Having hardwood floors like the pictures you showed are goals.


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